Above all, we need to focus on the strategic picture. Throughout the world democracy, human rights and the rule of law are under pressure.
The decision not to continue participation in the EU’s Erasmus+ scheme has caused outrage. But it’s time for Global Britain to branch out.
Now more than ever, a coherent, holistic strategy is required that will unite and enhance our capabilities to advance Britain’s position in the world.
British regular soldiers will be on the ground in a new theatre for the first time since Iraq – and Labour are fully on board.
Multilateral political cooperation with the EU, as well as the bilateral relations with its member states, remains in the UK’s best interest.
On the 60th anniversary of its independence from British rule, the Government must do more to stop militia groups threatening the peace of the nation.
It should initiate an “International Prosperity Initiative” – to provide an alternative to the “aid” agendas of authoritarian rivals.
He may have been one of the greatest figures to shape the 20th century, but a simplistic deification risks losing the complexity of the man.
There is now no overall ‘white privilege’ in health or education or overall ‘BAME disadvantage’. These categories are outdated and unhelpful.
It is our third largest market – we must work with it if we are to help resolve global problems from the environment to nuclear proliferation.
I could reveal how it was made available to me, but I’d have to shoot you were I to tell you.
The Coronavirus pandemic has taught us the importance of supply chain security, whether for PPE or critical minerals.
It seems to me there is truth on both sides of this argument. The nuances to which Lammy refers get lost once combat is joined.
Building on May’s legacy will mean grinding, attritional work – which the hard left and extremist parties are neither interested in nor capable of doing.
There are three main factors at work – genetics, plus cultural and social factors. And it’s not possible at present to disentangle the mix.